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Conan O'Brien Plays Horrifying Indie Games, Doesn't Seem Too Scared

Posted on Friday, October 25 @ 11:30:00 PST by

Conan O'brien debuted another Clueless Gamer segment last night with a special focus on three scary PC games for Halloween: Amnesia, Slender, and Outlast.

These three games have scared the pants off of tons of gamers, but I've never been curious enough to try my hand at them. Why would I want to make myself uncomfortable for a few hours of entertainment?

Conan seems to enjoy the games, with the exception of Slender and all three get a vote of "AAAAAHhhhh uhhhh wha?" from the late-night host. Are these the scariest games to play on Halloween?

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